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a separate peace with the taliban. our interests are not same as his at this point. the american interest is to disengage and to get out. and the taliban is no longer viewed necessarily in the same way as al qaeda, as a threat to the united states. if the taliban wants to parts tonight in government the united states is saying fine there could be some accommodation. karzai has to stay there in kabul and his successor after next year's election and live with whatever result comes out of it. they have very different points of view, president obama and president karzai, for good reasons. >> go ahead, andrea. one of the big tests now is whether karzai will permit the first freely handed over afghan government. it's not clear. he says he will. but we don't see what's going to happen in terms of the candidates and another leader emerging. that's one issue. the other issue is is that karzai has been himself quietly dealing with some elements in the taliban all along. it's just something that no one wants to confirm. >> if there was to be a residual force for either of you, how big would it be an
planned a residual advisory force to help the afghans fight the taliban is now more real than ever. the top white house aides says it's amid building frustrations with hamid karzai. and to begin formal peace talks with the taliban in cot ter. that most military forces from the united states due to leave afghanistan by the end of 2013. it's important to remember back in january, the fred said a zero troop option in afghanistan was back on the table. after 69 military deaths this year, 2,115 over the entire war that option is now more real. and the afghan government is understanding that, and so is the pentagon. but white house officials insist no final decisions have been made. >> major garrett at the white house. thanks, major. >>> in egypt, the muslim brotherhood is calling for more protests today after the deadliest day of violence since mohamed morsi was ousted last week. holly williams is in cairo. holly, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anthony. four other people have been killed here in the week of violent protests. the situation here in cairo here
, every boy and every girl who have raised their voice for their rights. >> a taliban gunman tried to assassinate her after calling to educate girls in her native pakistan. ma maullala returned after her medical treatment in britain. >>> the royal baby watch is reaching a fever pitch. no place on earth is getting more attention than one street. that's become a media waiting room, if you will. charlie d'agata is outside st. mary's hospital in london. charlie, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, gayle. yes, the tension and excitement has been building here outside the hospital. we're all awaiting the arrival of kate. now, over the past 24 hours or so we've seen the press corps double in size. they've been marking out their territory, staking their claim to try to get a position where they can catch a glimpse of kate when she arrives. in the unlikely event she arrives at the front entrance here. police have been searching the area around the hospital checking out trash cans this morning, even street lamps, looking for anything suspicious. and o
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